Broadway Limited

Broadway Limited

A publicity stunt staged on a train known as the Broadway Limited creates problems because of an unknown baby that was part of the stunt.

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Broadway Limited torrent reviews

Dan K (ag) wrote: Dashes of brilliance, cop outs, originality, pleasant surprises, beauty, and annoying conservative tendencies

Mir O (de) wrote: an opinion, an idea should be allowed to spread freely

Dan H (gb) wrote: Solid movie, well acted.

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Stormy E (jp) wrote: Good movie to watch on a weekend with the girlfriend or boyfriend , ok more so a slumber party movie with the girls , unless they're not that type of person who likes the sappy stuff , then stay away! The whole religious tone to it starts getting played out a little too much nearing the end. Culkin for some reason in a wheelchair is what I enjoyed most. Feels like Clueless / Lizzie Mcguire movie in a sense , with a bit of a better story structure and nostalgia feel. Hard to believe it's only 11 years old , feels more like 1994.

Ian C (kr) wrote: Robert Rodriguez follows up El mariachi with this homage to 50's rebel flicks.

William W (de) wrote: Controversy aside, in regards both to Sharon Stone's quintessentially-provocative noirish femme fatale (talk about a queen bee or alpha female!) and the backlash that the film portrayed lesbians as crazed psychos, Verhoeven both played a striking tribute to Sir Alfred Hitchcock, particularly San Francisco's based Vertigo and in use of the blonde bombshell, and simply continued his style of storytelling that had become his trademark in his pre-Hollywood, formative days in the Netherlands. Though it's not mentioned in the interviews of either star or director, the wonderful car chase brought to mind that 'other' car chase Frisco Bay movie, 'Bullitt'. But given the remarkable landscape of the area, why not? One would be a fool not to push the stylistic envelope as far as the censors will allow. A film that would have made The Master of Suspense proud, methinks, and one that he himself perhaps would have done, had Joe Eszterhas' very fun script been around, during, say, the time of 'Frenzy', when Hitchcock was at his cheekiest. A fantastic date movie too, by the way...Controversy aside, in regards both to Sharon Stone's quintessentially-provocative noirish femme fatale (talk about a queen bee or alpha female!) and the backlash that the film portrayed lesbians as crazed psychos, Verhoeven both played a striking tribute to Sir Alfred Hitchcock, particularly San Francisco's based Vertigo and in use of the blonde bombshell, and simply continued his style of storytelling that had become his trademark in his pre-Hollywood, formative days in the Netherlands. Though it's not mentioned in the interviews of either star or director, the wonderful car chase brought to mind that 'other' car chase Frisco Bay movie, 'Bullitt'. But given the remarkable landscape of the area, why not? One would be a fool not to push the stylistic envelope as far as the censors will allow. A film that would have made The Master of Suspense proud, methinks, and one that he himself perhaps would have done, had Joe Eszterhas' very fun script been around, during, say, the time of 'Frenzy', when Hitchcock was at his cheekiest. A fantastic date movie too, by the way...

Andrew L (br) wrote: Had this film stuck to just being about girls hanging out, talking and having a good time then this would have been well worth it. Tarantino writes dialogue that sounds and feels natural, which proves to be as much a strength here than in his previous work. However, Kurt Russell and the whole car killing business is completely unneeded and ruins what could have been a great simple drama. Death Proof is therefore very much alike to From Dusk Till Dawn, which starts out as an interesting 'bandits on the run' caper, yet turns into a daft and needless vampire flick. This seems to be the story these days when considering Tarantino's work - unlike the three classics Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown - the phrase 'what might have been' is appropriate to his recent projects Kill Bill and the Grindhouse opus.

Matt M (br) wrote: Where do I start with this one. Very dark and deceiving leaving the audience waiting for answers. A great trip from beginning to end. The ending was somewhat confusing but definitely made this movie. If you like thought provoking movies this is definitely for you because there is so many ways to interpret it.